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Live Sunday Workshop: Small CNC Strategies - Shared screen with speaker view
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
13:54
Hello all from Germany
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
23:14
I think it is important to say that the holes should be drilled with the CNC to ensure that they are really precise
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
41:35
lDo you see my comment?
LyBe
41:43
I have a waste board (MDF ¾ ‘’) over the base of my CNC (Shapeoko XXL) so there is not much space left between the router bit and my work. Can I ‘’unscrew’’ my router to give more leeway over my work?
Paul
41:58
I missed something. When you tighten the black knobs on the jig, what are you fastening it to?
JC
42:46
how do you deal with dust?
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
43:13
You can Maybe plase the router holder higher on your Z-Axis
Paul
43:47
I missed something. When you tighten the black knobs on the jig, what are you fastening it to?
Joel Turner
44:30
Can you compare your waste board setup for a Shaepeoko versus your setup on your customer CNC?
Joel Turner
44:44
I meant custom
Paul
45:37
Thanks Tim!
JC
48:25
how do you deal with dust?
george
49:47
an idea for a session would be to review your published mirror plans. I had trouble understand the steps
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
50:01
Are you making any joinery on your CNC ?
Dan Lang
50:12
Have you done much work on your Shapeoko with double sided milling?
Jd
53:38
What are your thoughts on workholding with superglue and tape?
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
53:53
Are you interested to have a presentation of CNC machines and techniques from your visitiors?
LyBe
53:53
Someone asked about dust
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
55:40
In your ZOOM seession
george
56:03
talk about cnc fires?
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
56:18
More interaction with your participants of the ZOOM session
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
57:21
Of Course only on invitation
Greg
57:28
stay safe and sane
Mitch
57:42
is there a link to the last session?
Wolfram Herzog / Germany
57:46
Thank you for the presentation!
Steve Corwin
58:00
Thanks Tim!
Mick Simon
58:03
Thanks very much, Tim!